What I loved most about this book from start to finish was how different it is from other similar genre/theme books at the moment, and in fact a bit different from Leah's other novels. Even the beginning is great, none of the samey often boring lead up of the character's meeting, tiptoeing around each other, getting to know each other etc etc, the two leads in this Beau and Charity already have a solid erotic relationship going and this book is refreshing as you follow how it evolves and grows throughout. It feels more like a second book, which it sort of is as people will have read about them in the previous books from the series. I think Leah captures greatly the emotion between the two character's, how each is feeling and where they want to relationship to go. There is even book time between Beau POV and Charity's POV which is good to see. I even felt like Leah's writing had improved greatly, it didn't feel like one of her books, apart from the obvious possessiveness of the Desire male population and the erotic sex scenes. Leah has definitely improved for the better. Loved it and hope she keeps it up.